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福州性激素检查那个医院好南平割包皮要多少钱福州弱精专科医院 JABUGO, Spain — On a vast farm dotted with oak and cork trees, about 350 pigs are enjoying the final weeks of a short but blissful life. They roam freely, sleep outdoors or shelter in spacious pigsties. Above all, autumn is when they get to feast all day on acorns recently fallen from the trees.西班牙哈武戈——在一座散布着橡树与栓皮栎的广袤农场上,有大约350只猪正享受着它们短暂却幸福的生命的最后几周。它们自由地漫步,在野外或宽敞猪舍的庇荫下安睡。最重要的是,秋季是它们终日饱食新近离枝的橡果的日子。“Pigs are known for eating everything, but when it comes to their favorite acorns, they are real connoisseurs and very selective — and the sweeter the acorn, the better,” said Juan Carlos Domínguez Lorenzo, 49, who was born on the farm and has been looking after its pigs since he was a teenager.“大家都知道猪不挑嘴,不过要说到它们最爱的橡果,这些猪可是十足的行家,非常挑剔——橡果是越甜越好,”胡安·卡洛斯·多明尼奎兹·洛伦佐(Juan Carlos Dominiguez Lorenzo)说。他今年49岁,在这座农场出生,从年少的时候就开始照养这里的猪只。The way these pigs of Spain’s Ibérico breed are fed and raised here is a far cry from how most meats are produced almost anywhere, making the cured ham a delicacy prized for its unique texture and taste, which is enhanced by the sweet and nutty flavor of the acorns the pigs eat.此处喂养这些西班牙伊比利亚猪的方式,和世界各地大部分肉类产品的生产过程有着天壤之别。这使得这种猪肉腌成的火腿以其独特的口感与味道而异常鲜美,又因为这些猪食用的橡果的那股甜美的坚果风味而更上一层楼。So when the World Health Organization, in a recent report, linked processed meats to colorectal cancer, the news came as an affront to many Spaniards, who have been eating cured hams produced this way for generations.世界卫生组织(World Health Organization)近来一份报告指出加工肉品与肠癌有关。消息一出,冒犯了不少西班牙人。世世代代,他们都吃着以这种方式腌制出来的火腿。Today, Spain’s Ibérico hams are increasingly sought after worldwide, particularly among Chinese consumers concerned about the safety of their own homegrown food.世人对西班牙伊比利亚火腿的追求在今日益发热烈,特别是那些对自家出产的食物有安全顾虑的中国顾客。“Spanish ham is a very unique product, but it’s also seen as healthy, which is a real asset when you’re selling to the Chinese,” said Oliver Win of Olivier Pacific Limited, a fine foods distribution company based in Hong Kong that imports the Cinco Jotas brand of Spanish ham.“西班牙火腿是非常特别的产品,人们也认为它有益健康,而和中国人作买卖的时候这是很有利的筹码,”永兴太平洋贸易公司的奥立弗·荣(Oliver Win)表示。这是一家位于香港的高级食材分销商,进口5J牌(Cinco Jotas)的西班牙火腿。Spain’s producers, in fact, took no small measure of umbrage at the World Health Organization’s attempt to lump their luxury ham together with cheaper products like processed sausages and hamburger meat.事实上,对于世界卫生组织竟然将他们的极品火腿与加工香肠、汉堡肉这类廉价商品混为一谈,西班牙火腿生产商的火气可不小。A single leg of the finest ham from Cinco Jotas — weighing almost 18 pounds — costs about 0 in Spain. (In the ed States, the price is about double.) Even the way the ham is sliced is considered something of an art form.单单一条5J牌最高档的腌火腿——重达18磅(约合8千克)——在西班牙的售价大约为670美元(约合4300元人民币)。(这个价格在美国还要翻上一番)。就连该怎么给这种火腿切片都被认为是一门艺术。“This ham is as natural as food can get — no added heavy metals, preservatives or colorings — and it comes from an animal that has built up muscle by eating the best food and exercising a lot in beautiful surroundings,” said José Gómez, the owner of Joselito, another top brand of ham. “There are thousands of products that present a higher cancer risk.”“这种火腿是再天然不过的食物了——没有添加重金属、防腐剂或染色剂——而且它来自一种摄取顶级养分、在优美的环境中大量运动而锻炼出肌肉的动物,”另一个高级火腿品牌小何塞(Joselito)的老板何塞·戈麦斯(José Gómez)说。“还有数不清的食品的致癌风险更高呢。”With a passion for pork products, and rising incomes, the Chinese have entered the market for Ibérico hams with gusto, even while paying slightly more for Spanish ham than prices set for the American market. The next step, according to Spanish producers, is to get China to lift a cumbersome restriction that forces them to remove the bone from the leg.因着对猪肉类产品的热爱与收入的增加,中国人津津有味地进入了伊比利亚火腿的市场,即使他们得为了这些西班牙火腿付出比美国市场还要再稍高的价钱。根据西班牙生产商所言,他们的下一步是让中国取消强制他们给火腿剔除骨头的麻烦规定。In fact, the Chinese appetite for Spanish pork stretches all the way down its production chain, including innards that Spanish companies struggle to export to many Western countries.事实上,中国人对西班牙猪肉的胃口一路扩大到了生产链的所有环节,包括西班牙公司难以推销给众多西方国家的内脏类产品。Fresh pork exports to China from Spain — including heads, ears and other parts — rose 35 percent last year, making it the second-largest market in volume after neighboring France, according to figures from the Spanish Meat Export Office.西班牙肉类出口办公室(Spanish Meat Export Office)的数据显示,去年西班牙向中国出口的新鲜猪肉产品——包括猪头、猪耳朵和猪的其他部位——增长了35%,就出口量而言,中国已成为西班牙猪肉产品的第二大市场,仅次于临近的法国。Last year, Fosun, one of China’s largest financial and industrial conglomerates, bought a stake in the parent company of Cinco Jotas, one of Spain’s top brands of Ibérico ham, which is based in Jabugo.去年,中国最大的金融和工业集团公司之一复兴国际入股了5J的母公司,5J是西班牙顶级伊比利亚火腿品牌之一,其总部位于哈武戈。“We generally think that our culture is closer to that of America, but when it comes to ham, Chinese gastronomy is really in tune with ours,” Bernardino Rodríguez, the general director of Cinco Jotas, said during a tour of cellars where legs of ham are hooked from the ceiling and left to age.“我们通常认为,自己的文化和美国更接近,但说到火腿,中国美食文化的确和我们的更一致。”5J总裁贝尔纳迪诺·罗德里格斯(Bernardino Rodríguez)一边带领大家参观火腿储藏窖一边说,火腿被挂在地窖顶部,一直腌制到足够的年份。“I can’t think of anybody more capable of distinguishing between different qualities of ham than the Chinese,” he said.“我觉得,在分辨不同品质的火腿的差别方面,谁也比不过中国人,”他说。But the health and quality of the animals have also become a big driver of Chinese demand. Early this year, the Chinese police arrested more than 110 people who were accused of trafficking pork from diseased pigs.但动物的健康和品质问题也是促使中国人需求增加的一个重要因素。今年早些时候,中国警方还以走私病猪肉的罪名逮捕了110多人。“Many Chinese come and buy food in Hong Kong and have turned it into a parallel import market largely because of their safety worries about food in China,” Mr. Win, the importer, said.“很多中国人来香港买食物,将这里变成一个平行进口市场,这在很大程度上是因为他们对内地的食品安全存在担忧,”香港进口商奥立弗·荣说。Paradoxically, however, the same things that have lured the Chinese about the natural way the pigs here are raised, slaughtered and cured are some of the chief sources of tension between Spain’s producers and the ed States.然而,有些矛盾的是,这些火腿吸引中国人的地方,即这些猪在西班牙当地被饲养、屠宰然后进行腌制的方式,恰恰是西班牙火腿制造商和美国之间关系紧张的主要原因。Ibérico ham was banned in the ed States until about a decade ago over concerns about swine fever and traditional curing methods, and even today just a handful of Spanish slaughterhouses have been authorized to export to the ed States.直到大约十年前,伊比利亚火腿在美国还一直被禁,因为他们担心存在猪瘟隐患,也对那种传统腌制方法存有疑虑。而且即使到今天,也只有为数不多的西班牙屠宰场被允许向美国出口猪肉产品。 /201512/414131Tang Dynasty唐朝Establishment唐朝的建立Li Yuan, who was a former governor under the Sui dynasty rose in rebellion after being urged on by his second son (later Tang Taizong).李渊原先是隋朝的一名官员,在自己的二儿子(后来的唐太宗)的力劝之下,他在农民起义中揭竿而起。Li Yuan installed a puppet child emperor of the Sui dynasty in 617 but he eventually removed the child emperor and established the Tang dynasty in 618.李渊于617年扶立了隋朝的一位幼年天子作为傀儡皇帝但是最终他取而代之并在618年建立了唐朝。Li Yuan ruled until 626 before being deposed by his son, Li Shimin, known as “Tang Taizong” in history.李渊在位八年,626年时被自己的儿子李世明,也就是历史上的唐太宗罢黜。Taizong then set out to solve internal problems within the government, internal problems had constantly plagued past dynasties.太宗之后开始着手解决政府的内部问题,这些问题在之前那些朝代一直是一个麻烦。The Emperor had three administrations (省, shěng), which were obliged to draft, review, and implement policies respectively.国家设立三省,分别负责起草、审核和补充决策,每个部门都被分配不同的任务。There were also six divisions (bù) under the administration that implemented policy, each of which was assigned different tasks.三省下设六部来执行政策,其中每个部被分配了不同的任务。It was during the Tang dynasty that the only female ruler of China, Empress Wu Zetian, made her mark.唐代的武则天是中国历史上唯一一位女皇帝。Her rule was one of only a handful of examples in which women seized power and ruled China,她的执政仅仅是一小部分女性掌权或统治国家的例子之一,and was the only example of a woman who ruled in her own right.她也是唯一一个自立为帝的女性。The 7th to the 8th century was generally considered the zenith point of the Tang dynasty, and arguably the whole Chinese civilization.七到八世纪被普遍认为是唐朝甚至整个中国文明的顶峰。Emperor Tang Xuanzong brought the Middle Kingdom to its golden age and Tang hegemony reached all the way to Japan and Korea in the east, Indochina in the south and central and western Asia in the west.唐玄宗将唐朝中期带入了黄金时代,国家的霸权向东延伸至日本和韩国、南至印度那、西至中亚和西亚。China was the protector of Kashmir and master of the Pamirs.中国是克什米尔的保护者和帕米尔的领导者。Its authority as far as Tokmak in present-day Uzbekistan (west of Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan), Tohuolu or Kabul in Afghanistan, and as far west as the Aral Sea and the Caspian Sea.它的权威远至今日乌兹别克斯坦的托克马克(吉尔吉斯斯坦伊塞克湖西边)、阿富汗的吐火罗,西边远达咸海和里海。Some of the major kingdoms paying tribute to the Tang Dynasty included Kashmir, Neparo (Nepal), Vietnam, Japan, Korea, over nine kingdoms located in Amu Darya and Syr Darya valley in south of mid-Asia.各大王国包括克什米尔、尼泊尔、越南、日本、韩国、分布在阿姆河附近的超过9个国家和中亚南部的锡尔河都向大唐进贡。Nomadic kingdoms addressed the Emperor of Tang respectfully as Tian Kehan (Celestial Kaghan)(天可汗).游牧王国尊称大唐皇帝为“天可汗”。Due to its prosperity,the Tang dynasty was also an era of development of a highly educated society.因为国家的繁荣,唐朝同样也是一个高度教化社会不断发展的时代。The Tang dynasty became synonymous to the birth of famous poems and literatures created by individuals such as Li Bai, Du Fu, Meng Haoran and many others.唐代成为了李白、杜甫、孟浩然和其他一些诗人创作诗文的发源地的代名词。They wrote some of the most famous poems of their time which are still recited to this day.他们当时创作的一些著名作品直到今日还被人交口传颂。 /201511/405193宁德做人工受精哪家医院好

福州治疗盆腔炎哪家好Twenty years after selling books online, Amazon is opening the doors to its own brick-and-mortar bookstore. Amazon Books, which opened Tuesday in Seattle#39;s University Village, is being dubbed a #39;physical extension#39; of the largest online retailer in the country.在网上卖了二十年的书后,亚马逊的实体书店也向客户敞开了大门。亚马逊书店于11月3日在西雅图大学村开业,它被称为美国最大在线零售商的“线下延伸”。But don#39;t except the shop to be a place where you can pick up your newest Amazon.com purchase.但千万别以为,你可以在这里买到最新的亚马逊商品。Instead the company is using the data it#39;s generated from the website, such as ratings, pre-orders and sales, to combine #39;the benefits of offline and online book shopping#39;, vice president Jennifer Cast said in a statement.相反,公司使用网上数据(如评分、预订量和销量),将线上和线下购书的优势整合在一起,亚马逊副总裁詹妮弗·卡斯特在声明中说到。Customers at Amazon Books will notice one major difference the minute they first walk into the store. Each of the 5,000 to 6,000 titles are displayed with #39;face-out#39;, meaning you are presented with the cover instead of the book#39;s spine.顾客们第一次走进亚马逊书店的时候,就会注意到一个明显不同。5000到6000本书刊的封面都是朝外摆放,也就是说读者看到的都是封面而不是书脊。Cast said the company wanted to put each author#39;s work on display. #39;We realized that we felt sorry for the books that were spine out,#39; she told The Seattle Times.卡斯特说,公司希望摆放每位作者的作品。“我们意识到,对于那些只露出书脊的书,应该感到愧疚”,她向西雅图时报讲道。And below each book will be something different too: a card that contains a review or rating from a customer on the site. Although Amazon Books does have the #39;staff-favorites#39; section familiar to many bookstores, Cast said she wanted to share the voices of thousands of passionate ers that come on the site.而另一个不同之处则是:在每本书下方附有一张卡片,上写亚马逊网站的顾客评分和书评。尽管亚马逊书店像许多书店一样,也设立了“员工最爱”专区,但卡斯特称她希望与顾客分享网上热情读者的心声。#39;What better way to celebrate ing than to have the voices of ers under our books?#39; she said.“要推崇阅读,还有比让读者说出对书籍的心声更好的方法吗?”她说。Another way Amazon plans to incorporate ers#39; opinions is by including the highest-rated books on the shelves, even ones that aren#39;t well-known or big sellers. That includes Bald, Fat amp; Crazy: How I Beat Cancer with One Daughter and Adopting Another, a book by Stephanie Hosford that has sold only 622,923 titles but has only five-star ratings.亚马逊采纳读者观点的另一种方法,就是将评分最高的图书上架,即使这些书知名度并不高、销量并不好。 这其中包括斯蒂芬妮·霍斯福德所著的《秃头、肥胖和疯狂:我是如何在怀和领养期间战胜癌症的》,这本书销量只有622923本,但得到的评价全是五星好评。Other categories in the store will include Most Wished-For Cookbook#39; and #39;Fiction Top Sellers in the Pacific Northwest#39;, to specifically appeal to the Seattle customer base.书店内的其他种类书籍还有:“最期待的烹饪书”和“太平洋西北地区畅销小说”。这些对西雅图客户群具有特别的吸引力。The prices at Amazon Books will be the same as it is online, and some of the company#39;s online gadgets - including the Kindle and Fire tablets - will also be on display. But Cast said Amazon Books is first and foremost exactly what it#39;s name says it is - about the books.亚马逊书店中书籍的价格与在网上相同,而店中也会展示亚马逊的网上电子产品,包括Kindle和Fire平板。但卡斯特说亚马逊书店首先是一家名副其实的书店——与书有关。And, although data plays a big part on what makes it to the shelves, Cast says it will have a lot of heart. #39;We#39;re taking the data we have,#39; she said, #39;and we#39;re creating physical places with it.#39;而尽管网络数据很大程度上决定了哪本书能上架,卡斯特说我们仍然会细心考虑。她说:“我们用手中的网络数据开创了实体书店。” /201511/408391福州市精液检查哪里最好 5.Sweet#39;n#39;Low5.低脂糖This sugar substitute was discovered in 1879 by a chemist named Ira Remsen who couldn#39;t be bothered to wash his hands before eating. At that time, the national obsession with weight-loss schemes hadn#39;t started, and folks were happy to eat plain old sugar. Saccharin didn#39;t come into mainstream use until World War I imposed rations on consumer staples like sugar, and people began buying up alternatives in droves.这种糖的替代品是一个不喜欢饭前洗手的化学家雷姆森在1879年发明的。那时很多人还没开始痴迷于减肥,而且他们还很乐意吃普通的糖。直到第一次世界大战时,物资紧缺,对食糖之类的消费必需品实行定量配给,糖精的使用才逐渐变成一种主流,人们也才开始成群结队地去购买这种替代品。The same thing happened again in World War II, and when a father and son team combined saccharine with dextrose at their diner in the 1950s, their product was rebranded as Sweet#39;n#39;Low. Turning the leftovers from wartime rationing into a new weight-loss gimmick, saccharin survived the return of natural sugar and kept its place on restaurant tables across America.同样的事情在二战期间再一次出现。那是20世纪50年代,一位父亲和儿子们在用餐时把糖精和葡萄糖混合在一起,并把这个产品重新命名为;低脂糖;。这把战争时期残羹剩饭的限量供给变成了一种瘦身的新花招。糖精被当做是一种天然糖的回归,在美国大多数饭店的餐桌上都可以见到它的身影。4.Microwave Ovens4.微波炉Before Hot Pockets and TV dinners made the nuclear option a staple of the American kitchen, microwaves were simply a side-effect of World War II radar emitters. Self-taught engineer Percy Spencer was conducting research on magnetrons — a key component of radar systems — when he noticed that a candy bar in his pocket had melted. He theorized that microwaves emitting from the magnetrons generated the heat responsible for ruining his snack. Naturally, he tested his theory by proceeding to blow eggs and popcorn up using microwave emissions.当今社会,爆米花与电视餐盛行,微波炉已然成为美国家庭厨房的霸主。但在二战期间,微波只不过是雷达辐射源产生的一种电磁波。珀西·斯宾塞是当时一名自学成才的工程师,他在研究雷达系统的关键部件——磁控管时发现,口袋里的巧克力棒竟然化了。他认为,宝贝巧克力棒之所以会化,是因为磁控管发出的微波产生了热效应。之后,他成功利用微波烹调鸡蛋、制作爆米花,在实自己推断的同时还能享用美食,赞!He finally managed to pull himself away from his new toy long enough to let his employers know what he had found. His discovery was soon put to work, and the first commercial microwave ovens were produced in 1955.很长一段时间,他都在潜心研究微波;新宠;,雇主们这才了解到他发现了微波的热效应。很快,他的新发现就投入了生产,第一台家用微波炉也于1955年面世。3.Duct Tape3.布基胶带Quibbles over whether ;duct; or ;duck; came first aside, this ubiquitous, multi-functional tape first emerged during the Second World War. GIs needed a flexible, water-proof material they could use to repair everything from canteens to ammunition cases. When Johnson and Johnson came up with a combination medical tape and self-adhesive strip they could deliver in rolls to the troops, duct tape was born.布基胶带在我们的生活中随处可见,它最初是指管道胶带还是防水胶带早已不得而知,但有一点毋庸置疑——这款多功能胶带是在二战时期推广开来的。战争时期,美国士兵需要修补的东西很多,他们希望有一款多功能的防水材料,既能用于水壶等生活用品,又能用于各种军事装备。于是,强生公司结合了医用胶带与自粘胶带的特性,推出了一款便于运输的军用产品,布基胶带由此应运而生。The versatility of the tape made it popular among troops long after the war ended. Consumer demand quickly turned the military tool into a household name — which is only fitting, considering it was a Navy mother who first conceived of the idea out of concern for her enlisted family.布基胶带应用广泛,在二战结束后依然深受士兵们青睐。随着市场需求的与日俱增,这款军用产品很快就家喻户晓了。人们认为布基胶带的创意源自一名海军的母亲,而她会有这样的奇思妙想只是出于对儿子的关心。2.Disposable Syringes2.一次性针筒As anyone who lived through the #39;80s most homophobic health scare can tell you, sharing needles is a quick way to sp diseases. But before America became obsessed with HIV/AIDs, the military was trying to balance the need for frontline painkillers with the risk of overdoses and morphine addiction.80年代是最严重的同性恋健康恐慌期,任何一个经历过这个时期的人都可以告诉你,共用针头是快速传播疾病的一种方式。但在美国受到HIV/AIDs困扰之前,军队还冒着用药过度和对吗啡上瘾的风险来满足前线对止痛药的需求。During the American Civil War, as well as the First World War, wounded soldiers pretty much had to play through the pain until they were carted off to ad hoc medical tents and treated with morphine there. By World War II, the old glass and metal syringes were abandoned in favor of a new product, called the Syrette, which was compact (limiting the dosage it could administer), and expendable. Syrettes were distributed to troops pre-filled with single doses of morphine. This set the stage for later inventors who moved beyond distributing morphine to troops and reworked the product into a mass-produced medical device, now typically made of plastic.在美国内战和第一次世界大战期间,受伤的战士在被送到临时救护帐篷并在那里注射吗啡进行麻醉前,都要和疼痛作斗争。到了第二次世界大战,旧的玻璃管和金属注射器都被弃置,这催生了新产品:西雷特皮下注射器。它外型小巧且不能二次使用,在装入一次剂量的吗啡后才分发到军队。这就为后来的发明家们在用这种注射器分发军用吗啡的基础之上,将它改良为可批量生产的医疗用品奠定了基础。现在这种注射器通常用塑料制成。1.Disney1.迪士尼No, Walt Disney didn#39;t start his namesake entertainment company in the midst of World War II. As the screaming voices of those within the Disney vault will tell you, his animation studio had been enjoying years of success with a string of animated shorts in the 1920s, as well as feature-length efforts like Snow White.虽然华特·迪士尼在二战中期还没有创立他的同名公司,但在20世纪20年代,他的工作室已经成功推出了一系列动画短片和像《白雪公主》一样的长片。Walt proceeded to drive all that success straight into the ground, releasing a string of feature-length failures (we now call them ;classics;) and then fumbling management of his striking animators who wanted Disney to unionize. By the time he capitulated, the company was facing bankruptcy. Then the U.S. government, out of concern over fascist influence in South America, offered Disney an all-expenses paid trip down through Brazil, Argentina and Chile. The plan was for Disney to do a series of animated propaganda pieces celebrating Latin American culture, softening international relations and allowing the U.S. to focus on storming European beaches. Disney#39;s deal with the military grew to include a series of propaganda cartoons, and resuscitated his collapsing brand so it could grow into the international entertainment superpower we all know and fear today. Without WWII, Disney would have gone whistling while he worked into the margins of history.取得成功后,华特开始走下坡路。他制作了一系列失败的长片作品(我们现称之为;经典;),此外,他还得研究对一些动画设计师进行管理——他们要求成立工会,否则就罢工。但到他最终决定让步的时候,他的公司已经面临着破产的局面了。之后,考虑到法西斯在南美洲的影响,美国政府承担了迪士尼在巴西、阿根廷和智利的所有推广费用。该计划要求迪士尼做出一系列动画宣传片来赞美拉美文化,为的是缓和美国和南美洲各国之间的关系,使美国集中精力对付欧洲沿海地区。军事形势成就了迪士尼,他制作了一系列宣传动画片,恢复了他没落的品牌。自此,迪士尼成为了当今世上首屈一指的国际王国。如果没有二战,迪士尼恐怕早就被淹没在历史的洪流之中了。审校:梅子九 编辑:旭旭 来源:前十网 /201602/426876三明市那间医院输卵管造影

闽侯县人流比较好的医院Some pet owners across the US can now take time off work to grieve properly after losing their beloved companions.如今,部分美国人可以向公司请“失宠假”,去悼念他们死去的宠物了。At least three national companies have now chosen to offer pet bereavement days to their employees, CBS reported.据CBS报道,至少有三家美国公司允许员工请假去悼念他们的宠物。Trupanion, a pet insurance firm, offers its staff one paid day of pet bereavement. Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants, the largest chain of boutique hotels in the US, grants them up to three days away from the office.宠物保险公司“真伴”允许其员工带薪休假一天,来与死去的宠物说再见。美国最大的精品酒店连锁集团“金普顿”则准许员工请三天假。And Maxwell Health, a software company that sells HR management products, encourages employees to take time off whenever they need it—including to mourn the loss of a recently departed pet.主打人力资源管理产品的麦克斯韦尔健康软件公司的请假规定甚至更为宽松,旗下员工有事便可请假,其中包括了悼念亡宠。#39;We allow people to actually do that grieving process and just be able to heal. I think you need closure when you lose a pet, and it#39;s important to have the time to do that,#39; Dani Kahn, a pet coordinator at Trupanion, said on CBS.真伴公司的宠物主管丹尼·坎恩告诉CBS:“我们允许员工花时间悼念死去的宠物,并平复心伤。我认为,当一个人失去了自己的宠物,必定需要一段时间来调整自己,这一点很重要。”Taking time off work might be necessary so that employees can regain a sense of normality and be able to function again, pet loss counselor Janet Zimmerman told the channel.“失宠”顾问珍妮特·齐默尔曼也表示,员工的确需要请假来调整自己,之后才能再投入工作。#39;I#39;ve seen people who can#39;t get out of bed at all. They can#39;t eat, they don#39;t accept phone calls, they are so lost,#39; Zimmerman added.她补充道:“我见过许多悲痛欲绝的人,卧床不起,滴水不进,连电话也不接。他们真的伤透了心。”Erica Lee, a sales team lead at Trupanion, took a day off and stayed with her son after losing her cherished American Staffordshire Terrier, Chief.艾丽卡·李现为真伴公司的一名销售领队。她就曾请过一天“失宠假”,与儿子一起悼念死去的爱犬,一条名为奇夫的美式史坦福猎犬。#39;Being able to stay home with him and grieve with him was invaluable. It was so, so important to me,#39; she told CBS.她告诉CBS:“对我而言,能和儿子待在家里一起悼念亡犬,弥足珍贵,意义重大。”Pet bereavement leave is not required by law and can be allocated at the employers#39; discretion.当然,“失宠假”并不在法定假期之列,如何实施全由雇主决定。A third of pet owners might need to mourn for six months or longer, a 2009 study suggested.2009年的一项调查指出,失去了宠物的主人通常需要半年以上时间,才能疗愈心伤。A team of researchers at the University of Hawaii asked 106 of them to describe how they felt after the death of their pet.夏威夷大学的一研究团队采访了106名调查对象,询问他们失去宠物后有何感受。About 30 percent of them said they had experienced feelings of sadness and grief for at least six months.其中,有三成对象表示,整整半年他们都感到哀伤。Only five to 12 percent of the pet owners interviewed during the study said they suffered from major pathological disruption.而5%到12%的受访人士称,他们深陷悲伤,甚至难以自拔。 /201603/432716 After the Qing army entered the Shanhai Gate, the surrendered general from Ming, Wu Sangui was conferred the title of Pingxiwang and stationed in Yunnan ; Shang Kexi Pingnanwang in Guangdong, Geng Jingzhong Jing-puwang in Fujian.清人关后,封明朝降将吴三桂为平西王,驻云南;尚可喜为平南王驻广东;耿精忠为靖甫王,驻福建。They were called uThree FeudatoriesThe Three Feudatories had their armies and set up their own separatist regime, acting like the independent kingdoms and spending a great deal of military expenditure, which made half of the national wealth be spent on them ”.称为“三藩”。三藩挑兵割据,形同独立王国,耗费了庞大的军费开,致使“天下财赋,半耗三藩”。The Three Feudatories were arrogant and domineering,becoming the barriers for the Qing Government to stablize the national political power and strengthen the frontiers.他们飞扬跋扈,成为清朝稳定全国政权和巩固边疆的障碍。When Kangxi came to theign, he took it as the task of top priority to cut down to state the Three ries. His suppression of the Three Feudatories was helpful to the integration of the nation.康熙帝亲政后,将削藩列为当务之急,其平定 “三藩”有利于全国的统一。The Qing Dynasty unified Taiwan, strengthened the communication between Taiwan and the inland, improved the development of Taiwan and consolidated the Southeast.清朝时期统一了台湾,加强了台湾同内地的联系,促进了台湾的开发,巩固了东南。Qing also enforced its control over Mongol and Xinjiang, suppressed the rebellion of the entry of Huijiang and enhanced the management in Tibet.加强对蒙古和新疆的统治,平定回疆贵族的叛乱,加强对西藏的管理。All of these provided the favorable conditions for the development of the economy.所有这些都为国民经济的发展提供了有利条件。From the mid-time of Kangxi, the agricultural production had restored and developed gradually. The handicrafts in the Qing Dynasty were more prosperous than that in the Ming Dynasty.从康熙中期起,农业生产逐步恢复和发展。清朝的手工业比明朝更加发达。 /201603/428569宁德那里中医看多囊福州治疗支原体感染那里好

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